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for a giant jug of mcjordan sauce. >>> we have to wrap up all your championship series action. all that rain couldn't keep the cardinals from another victory. coming up next. maryland schools are number one in america because we invest in them. but we can do even more. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million dollars at casinos in other states. question 7 keeps that maryland money in maryland through expansion of gaming in maryland. it will mean hundreds of millions of dollars for our schools. as governor, i can promise you, that money will go to education. that's the law and that's what we'll do. vote for question seven. . >>> if you could only see what tucker barnes is doing right now. >> time now for the morning line. we begin with game three of the national league championship series. the cardinals and giants came in split at one game apiece. bottom of the third, matt carpenter who came in for an injured carlos beltran takes matt kaine deep for the two-run homer. that would prove to be the game winner. cards win 3-1 and take a two games to one lead in the seery. can yo
approve this message. >>> this is a news 4 news break. >>> good morning, i'm richard jo jordan. we continue to track hurricane sandy as it heads our way. let's go to tom kierein with the latest. >> getting rain bands from the eastern shore to the northern neck of virginia. those are nearly stationary. they're gradually creeping off to the east, get eye few sprinkles around washington and the nearby metro area. temperatures are hovering in the upper 50s to near 60. that's what we'll do the rest of the day. storm team 4 four-day forecast could get showers this afternoon and heavier rains tonight into the monday morning commute and then the strongest winds from sandy likely and the heaviest rains monday evening into tuesday morning. we could have gusts of wind over 60 miles an hour, monday night into tuesday morning. that would be the time that we'll probably have the most tree damage and then after that, still some lingering showers on tuesday but thankfully we'll have decreasing winds by the afternoon and by wednesday morning, maybe a lingering shower and just in time for trick or t
donald's franchises recently put this jug up for sale. that's the sauce used on mcjordan burgers, which sold for a limited time in the '90s anded a been named after michael jordan. thinking the sauce may be valuable one day, he saved it and he plans to split the profits with his daughter. >> interesting. >> genius. >> you never know. do you remember the mcjordan burger? >> no, not at all. not even a little bit. >> maybe it wasn't in our area. >> if you're smart enough to hold on to it and somebody is dumb enough to believe that's what it came from, nice work. >> if you're a huge michael jordan fan -- there are many of you out there, you might want to save something like that. >>> coming up, what we learned overnight about a terrorist plot targeting new york city. >> two hikers talk about the days they were lost in the wilderness. >>> tom kierein t >>> and now, from washington's leading news station, this is news4 today. >>> a woman is seriously hurt after being hit by a truck in college park. >>> a young man from bangladesh behind bars accused of trying to blow up the federal reserve buildin
in for eun yang. >> and i'm richard jordan in for aaron gilchrist. don't go back to sleep. the weekday crew decided to take a day off. >>> the redskins fumbled their chance at a comeback against the giants. something to look forward to, though, the return of a fan favorite. >> the time is 6:00 on the dot. we've got 48 degrees out there. it was a great weekend. now it's time for monday and big changes on the way. >> a lot of people. a lot of cars moving out there. people getting ready for the work week. chilly start at that one. >> and getting ready to go off to school this morning. you need your winter coat. >>> we are down in many locations in the 30s under a clear sky. latest view from space. no clouds around throughout the entire region. that bright spot above orion. that's jupiter. venus rising in the east, very bright. 50 at reagan national on the potomac. but away from the waters, most locations in the 30s this morning. prince george's, arlington, fairfax, montgomery counties, and just about all of northern virginia and northern maryland, except right near the bay waters. shenandoah v
. >> security forces in jordan said they had foiled a plot that the terrorist colorado 9/11 part two. intelligence officials released photos of 11 jordanian accused of planning deadly attacks. authorities say the first targets would diplomats and shopping malls. then while security was occupied, a major operation would get under way. according to investigators, the goal was to cause the highest number of casualties and extensive physical damage. there have been plenty of reports that former cuban leader fidel castro has been in failing health. today, then as well as former vice president says castro is doing just fine. the 86 year-old was last seen publicly -- you may recall in march when he met during pope benedict's visit to cuba. we have a photo of castro that was taken this weekend. he also spoke about how they spend their meeting together. >> yesterday, we spoke for about five hours about agriculture, history, and international politics. >> while castro never fully recovered from a botched surgery for an undisclosed intestinal illness back in 2006, two years later, his brother o
-year-old jub jub for $10,000. -- 20 year-old jug. he saved it after 1992 michael jordan promotion at mcdonald's. he posted its on ebay it and someone in chicago purchased it. he says don't eat it because it expired almost 20 years ago and would probably make you sick. but the buyer wants to remain anonymous. >> i've got some happy meal toys from back in the day and i'm happy to sell them. there's an investigation into a south korean firm accused of stealing trade secrets. the justice department alleges colognekevlar information is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. >> espionage. the strategy will not be tolerated by the united states department>> prosecutors say that the company scott pelley: "you made on your investments, personally, about 0 $20 million last year, and you paid 14% in federal taxes, that's the capital gains rate. is that fair to the guy who makes $50,000 and paid a higher rate than you did? so you think it is fair?" romney: "yeah, i think it's the right way to encourage economic growth." lower tax rates for him...than us. is that the way to grow america
and libya for possible cross-cultural violence. the u.s. has been working with jordan to monitor chemical and biological weapon's sites in syria and to have them deal with refugees pouring over the border from syria. the u.s. will, the u.s. presence will establish a headquarters and beef up jordan's military capabilities should violence erupt on the border. >>> fireworks at a hearing on capitol hill today. trying to defend the obama administration's handling of the terrorist attack on the american consulate in libya. the attack killed a u.s. embass door and three other americans. tom fitzgerald is following this. this is a political battle. >> reporter: it really has and showed no sign of letting up. the republicans have been accusing the obama administration of not doing enough to protect the consulate, while democrats say the focus should be on fining who was responsible for that attack in ben ghazi on september 11th, not the deciding blame. obama administration officials headed to capitol hill to tell the house oversight committee that the security every ben ghaz icons late was based o
. top second, no score. jordan zimmermann, runners on first and second. zimmermann looped to right field. ian desmond to the third. bottom two, zimmerman on the mound, the results not as good as at the plate. two on. the single to right. molina comes home. the cardinals go up 2-1. they lead 5-1 in the fourth inning. >>> dan hellie is in st. louis. he will have a full report tonight on news4 at 11:00. meantime, chris cooley is stand big in the studios there in d.c. he's going to have more on "the cooley report." and that is later in sports. >>> coming up, a deadly air strike in israel. the target, a place for children. >>> the senate seat in virginia is up for grabs, but a new round of ads could help sway voters hours before a new face-off. >>> gas pces spiked to more than five bucks a gallon. now it may turn into a federal investigation. >>> and a man confronted by a very angry stag. he takes matters int i approve this message. mitt romney: "i'm not in favor romney's being dishonest here an independent, non-partisan liberals will raise taxes on the chairman of that so-called romney's for
. good morning. welcome to "news 4 today." i'm eun yang. >> and i'm richard jordan sitting in for aaron gilchrist. we're waking up to temperatures in the 50s right now. it's 6:00 straight up. look at that picture. it looks like we're in for another warmup. >> tom kierein is here with the forecast. what's going on? >> did you say it's october? >> that's what the calendar says. >> it doesn't feel like. going to feel more like a late august day. there's capitol hill under a partly cloudy sky. >>> looking at temperatures around the region, we have a milder morning than we've had the last couple of mornings. right now temperatures in the suburbs and rural areas are generally in the mid-40s. yesterday morning we were down near freezing much of the region. right near the potomac, right near the chesapeake bay, most locations mid-60s. away from the waters, eastern shore, many locations in the 40s, shenandoah valley out of the mountains. few sprinkles up in pennsylvania. that's going to stay to our north. storm team 4 hour by hour forecast for today. by 8:00 a.m., we will have still a chill in t
to make a final appeal to voters. news4's richard jordan live on the virginia tech campus in blacksburg tonight for us. richard? >> reporter: jim, this is an important race, because not only will it determine who will represent virginia in the senate, but will determine which party gets the edge in congress. right now, tim kaine has a lead in the polls, just a slight one. so george allen still has a chance to make up the difference. supporters show signs of allegiance before the debate tonight. they'll appear together for the last time before the election. each will take their position at the podiums on the virginia tech campus. the former governors slated to debate the issues they say divides them. jay warren is the moderator. >> this is their last opportunity to reach a statewide audience. it's a key moment for them. >> reporter: the economy and jobs, the primary focus in the four previous debates. >> too many virginians -- >> reporter: and defense cuts will likely be a hot topic tonight. virginia could lose thousands of jobs if they cannot agree to a package that prevents cuts to the
into a house this afternoon. >> we find news4's richard jordan. richard, tell us what happened there. >> reporter: first off, we can tell you that the couple that was inside the house is safe. firefighters were able to get them out and put them into a neighbor's home. there is still power throughout the neighborhood. however, the street is blocked off. this is nevada and nebraska. you can see the fire trucks, police trucks lined up here. right now what they're trying to do is assess the damage to that home. it appears, according to police, a strong burst of wind came through this neighborhood, knocked this large tree down. now, when that tree came down, branches from some of the trees right next to it also snapped. so not only was the home that was directly impacted, does that have a big hole right through the roof, but also the neighbor's home was clipped by some of these larger branches as well. so right now, what firefighters are doing is they're actually going through the home, making sure it is not compromised. the integrity of the home is not compromised, to see if maybe the re
. jordan zimmerman allows five runs. deficit 7-1, nats fighting back. zimmerman takes lance lynn deep to left field, a solo home run. next batter adam laroche, little rally perhaps, follows suit to right field off lynn, back to back jacks, deficit now 7-3. top of the 7th now an 8-4 ballgame, somewhat manageable. zimmerman with two on lines out to left field. jayson werth tags and scores. the relay throw is awful. harper tries to go and is tagged out. nats fall to the cards 12-4, series tied 1-1 surrendering double digit runs to the cards now, nothing new. the fourth time this year that's happened. let's hope the cards got those runs out of their system. lindsay murphy joins us live from st. louis with more. >> reporter: hey, let's just call it like it is. this was an ugly game for the nationals. the cardinals 12 runs on 13 hits and once again pitching is a concern for this nationals ball club. jordan zimmerman has been consistent all season lasted only three innings, his shortest outing since coming off tommy johns surgery. so think about that a second. this ballclub you would think
to right. jordan zimmerman rung up for four runs that frame. he was done after three. nats chip away at a six-run deficit. adam laroche falls to ryan zimmerman blast of his own. a solo rip makes the game 7-3, still work to do. even stoled contact was greeted by a cardinal web gem or two. check -- solid contact was greeted by a cardinal web gem or two. nats routed by eight, series tied at one game apiece. our lindsay murphy joins us live from st. louis. i'm sure the guys happy to be heading home, but how was the attitude in the clubhouse today? prepare i wouldn't say it was natitude. of course, this team is upset they lost, especially to lose 12-4, but they're not leaving with their heads hanging down. they came here to st. louis, played a really tough environment at busch stadium and split the series. now it's back home where they have home field advantage. >> with such a short series like we've all talked about you'll have to win games on the road anyway. for to us come here and split in a tough environment against a tough team, now we go home and if we hold home field advantage, we
to news 4 today. i'm angie goff. >> i'm richard jordan. it is saturday, october 27, 2012. let's find out from meteorologist chuck bell where sandy is now and where she is going. >> still 350 miles off the coast of charleston, south carolina for now. the live picture there you saw from the outer banks of north carolina is going to be one of the places it really gets lashed. very, very hard tonight and tomorrow. our big impacts are coming monday and tuesday. so your saturday morning is off to a quiet start. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. just a couple drops possible around the area during the day but most of us will be dry for most of our saturday. a couple showers down here just to the south of charlottesville. really not a lot. the rain chances will stay west of us today and the rain chances really from kill devil hills, north carolina all the way down are inching northbound. we're on the squeeze play. our rain drops start to move in during the overnight hours tonight. today becoming mostly cloudy and mild. temperatures in the upper 60s. for the marine corps marathon tomorrow mornin
back to the show the former publisher of campaigns and elects campaign, jordan lieberman, the president of campaign grid and provides strategies for republican candidates. good to see you again. >> thank you. >> let me start with you, peter. those who say that the president had a better showing last night, what is your impression? >> i think barrack is back. if things were rough two weeks ago, he got his mojo back last night. and most of the polls credited obama with a vehicle nor that debate. more importantly, though, i think he showed himself very strong on the libya question where romney thought he was going to make some gains. he really appeared presidential, he was very forceful and caught romney in the gaffe misstating what obama said. i think that everyone was tweeting last night when is he going to mention the 47%. >> right. >> and what he did smartly, he made his arguments about it and held it to the end and i think this is very, very important for obama, and i think quickly, that a lot of democrats were worried that he would be laid back again and romney would take advantage o
and egypt and also the joint projects of energy resources in the middle east between israel and jordan and how that comes to play with everything you said. >> 3 home-run questions from three freshmen. [laughter] the united states is very supportive of efforts in the middle east to try to work out some of the challenges to the production and exporting of energy. and i think you know from having been in his real that israel has made some significant finds of natural gas off its coastline. potential forhe such new energy sources of cyprus, off the lead the non -- off of lebanon and we have been working diplomatically that everyone work out their boundaries. that is one of the points i was making. there's often overlapping claims and those overlapping claims, unless they are resolved, stand in the way of the commercial exploitation of what ever the reserves might be. so it is in everyone's interest to try to make sure that everybody knows where the boundaries are and people are then able to let contracts that legally recognized to see what potential is available. similarly, with respect to
, i know you don't know who martel webster is. he comes over from portland. jordan crawford to martel. guess who won the game in kansas city? the wizards win in kansas city and they're 3-4 on the pre- season. get excited for your washington wizards. next week. let's go back over to sarah and tucker. tucker. kung fu panda. >> ' excite about that. >> he loves the panda. >> maybe you can get excited about this. >> a legendary name in music going to be part of fox 5 morning news today. roberta flack is in town for a series of shows. roberta is sitting down with our allison seymour. you can see that interview this morning in our 9:00 hour. something to be excited about. >> i'm excited. >> i can't name of the players right now but i'm excited about the wizards. forecast looks good. yesterday we tied a record at reagan national. 84degrees. won't be that warm today. it will be a little cooler. tle let's get started with a look at your forecast. we have a lot to talk about. starting to get lots of questions about what is going to happen at the end of the weekend. >> hurricane sandy. >> sandy.
. jordan crawford has never met a shot he didn't like and hep's going to make this one. he led the way with just 11 points for the wizards. and kyrie erving, nice spin move right there. pass to anderson varejao. cleveland ends the game on a 20-8 run. cavaliers win 94-84. afterwards, the head coach searching for answers. >> i don't know if we tried to do too much. tried to be somebody we weren't. that wasn't the team i've seen in the last four weeks. i don't know if it's the first game, execution, offense. you forecast we were doing things out on the floor that i didn't ever see any of these guys do before. >> and not in a good way. the home opener saturday night against the boston celtics. >>> back to football for a moment. delang low hall was ejected sunday for arguing with a referee. last night, jay leno decided to have some fun with it. >> anybody catch the redskins/steelers game the other day? de'angelo hall got right in the ref's face and he received the harshest penalty i've ever seen. >> there we go. we have a wrestling match. you can see he reached for his flag right there. >>
. in the meantime, on the other side of syria, a jordannian soldier was killed. the first time a member of jordan's military has died in the syrian conflict. state department places the blame for the spreading violence directly on assad's government. >>> seven prominent scientists in italy have been sentenced to six years in prison. they are convicted of manslaughter for failing to properly alert resident before a deadly 2009 earthquake. the 6.9 quake killed more than 300 people. it is unlikely any of them will face immediate jail time. >>> the investigation into the deadly meningitis outbreak could soon affect supplies. it may worsen drug shortages for a number of hospitals. the company will remain closed until november 5th while investigators inspeck the facility. so far, no drugs from the company have been linked to meningitis. >>> the blooms are still months away but later on today, talk of cherry blossoms are going to fill the air. what is happening to get next year's festival off to a great start. >> first, we will check back in with tucker for your full forecast. a nice taste of spring, da
this morning. i'm angie gaffe. welcome to news 4 today. >> i'm richard jordan. let's go to tom. >> sandy is a huge hurricane affecting the entire eastern seaboard. you can see right around here, the center of circulation, there's an increased growth now of convectional, increased growth of thunderstorms and you can see this now beginning to really dig deep and develop. out ahead of that, way out of ahead of that, a couple hundred miles, category 1 hurricane with 75 mile per hour wones. as it comes inland as a strong post-tropical area of low pressure coming ashore anywhere between chincoteague and long island, it's a huge area. it could be coming ashore here. it looks like the timing will be after sunset on monday, perhaps around 8:00 p.m. or so, coming ashore then, then moving north of the metro area, slowly into monday night and tuesday morning. we'll have the worst wind and heaviest rain. i'll sort it out for you coming up in just a few minutes. back to you. >> thank you, tom. we're tenning to track sandy as the storm moves towards the east coast. >> danielle lee is live in cape may,
states. millions remain without power this afternoon. news4's richard jordan is at the live desk in our newsroom. >> the damage is widespread beyond anything that area was prepared for and it will likely take weeks, even months before the recovery is complete. 22 people in the new york area are dead and that figure is expected to grow. there are massive power outages. hundreds of thousands of utility customers are in the dark. power lines are down. these live wires sparking fires in some cases. in queens, take a look at this six-alarm fire. it destroyed many homes. hospitals like nyu's medical center had to evacuate patients including babies in the neonatal units because they are without power. schools are closed. the subway system is at a standstill. service is expected to be suspended for four to five days. in new york and new jersey, neighborhoods are wiped out. right now an aerial search for survivors is underway. hundreds of people have refused to evacuate and instead, attempted to ride out the storm at home. take a look at the conditions of those homes. right now, governor chris c
short-handed. >>> richard jordan has new details from the live desk. >> right now, new york's to the ,l6city to transit system. governor cuomo got a firsthand look at the damage. he saw massive flooding on the track. this is connecting lower manhattan to brooklyn. subway service is suspended the governor stopped at the 9/11 memorial to see the flooding at the world trade center site. >>> hello, everybody. welcome back. i'm meteorologist doug kammerer taking a look at the remnants of sandy. she just sits there and she continues to be sit here and she'll be sitting here for days. probably right through the day tomorrow and on thursday. thing will get a little better for us. that's as a result of the mountains. back to the west. dealing with plenty of snow. blizzard warnings through the day tomorrow. notice on the side of the mountain, less rain. that happens with that northwesterly flow and that will happen tomorrow into thursday. right now we are dealing with some of the rain with rain into portions of montgomery county, through loudoun county, d.c., over toward prince george's county. ab
jordan, news 4. >> thanks, richard. >> all lanes of i-95 are open. the accident happened around 11:30 last night at mile marker 138. virginia state police say the car was trying to avoid hitting a deer. the accident shut down northbound lanes of 95 for more than five hours. it took that long to clean up debris and fuel that spilled. >> look at all that traffic out there. is it still out there? let's talk to danella for the first time this wednesday morning. >> good morning to you both. i-95 in virginia is a lot better. it was tied up. now, nice and clear. here is the situation still going on that was occurring this morning. northbound pennsylvania avenue, the left lane blocked between the beltway because of a water main break in that area. crews are working to repair it. the outer loop of the beltway, an earlier crash at georgia avenue. that crash is gone. a bit under speed. not terrible. sluggish as you head toward i-270. it will take 14 minutes. >> back to you. >> thanks. >>> the federal government launched a prop into the d.c. tax office. chief financial office -- the securities
'm eun yang. >> and i'm richard jordan in for aaron gilchrist. it's tuesday, october 23rd, but the temperatures sure aren't feeling like it's late october around here. we have a warmup, and it looks like temperatures are only going up from here. >> looks good, tom. >> this is the time of year we get big contrasts between the morning and afternoon, so you have to dress for two seasons. >>> it's rather chilly now. storm team 4 current temperatures, all those areas in blue are in the 40s. that covers much of virginia, much of maryland and the eastern shore. the little patches of green, that's where we're in the low 50s. right at reagan national on the warmer waters of the potomac, it's at 54. right around the chesapeake bay, temperatures there generally low to mid-50s. farther west in the mountains in western maryland, much of eastern west virginia, mid-40s, as is much of the shenandoah valley, except around winchester and the low 50s. here's the view from space. a few clouds drifting over from a little disturbance. scattered clouds will stay to our north. just a few clouds f
other than this ways bad performance by jordan zimmerman. he got racked up in the second inning. the cardinals bats really came alive here. they gave up four runs in all. didn't make it past the third inni. nats tried to rally with a couple of their own after a ryan zimmerman home run. this is adam laroche. we won't back-to-back jack. it was 7-1, 7-3. you thought okay, wait a second. here is danny espinoza. watch john jay. watch what he does. i know it is as good a catch as you will see in the post- season. danny espinoza can't believe it running full speed into the wall. take another look. >> no regard for human life. when you throw your body up there. >> that's johnny jay, right? he john jayed the ball. i'll explain it to you guys later. you never heard of that. >> he johnny jayed the ball. >> the orioles taking on the yankees. game two. chris davis right here with the bases juiced. not juiced anymore. that was the big hit. they were down 1-0. they go on to win 3-2. mark reynolds from -- >> virginia beach. >> very good. another one right here. a big win for the birds. they are
to be good. >>> good morning everyone. i'm richard jordan. a violent start to howard university's home coming weekend. officers say a man was stabbed in the stomach. he was apparently attending home coming activities near the school on georgia avenue. rescuers took him to the hospital. police have not said if the victim is a student. >>> one of two prince george's county police officers charged with beating a university of maryland student is looking atd several years in prison. jurors convicted james harrison of assault late last night but acquitted the second officer reginald baker. they were both on trial in the beating of former university of maryland student john mckenna during a celebration near campus that was back in 2010. >>> meteorologist chuck bell has a check of your forecast next. >>> we're off to a nice start this weekend. let's find out if there is any rain heading our way. here is meteorologist chuck bell. >> good morning to you. a good morning everybody out in the news 4 nation. a beautiful, clear sky. first thing this morning and a near mirror calm finish on the potomac as w
'll join us live. >>> good morning everyone. i'm richard jordan. the time is 7:26 on this saturday, october 27th. all eyes on sandy this morning. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell is tracking the trofrm and is here with the latest forecast. now, chuck? >> good morning, richard. a good saturday morning everybody. cloudy skies are in place. you may get a little peeks at the sunshine today but on the whole clouds are going to win the day and once the clouds move in that's going to be it. it is going to be a long stretch before we see the sunshine again. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s now. it'll be a cloudy and cool start but a relatively mild day today with temperatures climbing into the upper, mid to upper 60s but plenty of clouds around and a bit breezy at times. tomorrow is when the weather really starts to go downhill. cloudy and wet tomorrow with rain and wind on the increase during the course of the day. and the potential for impacts, high impacts for wind and rain, lower eastern shore to the outer banks tomorrow but then as we get into monday and tuesday a high impact for rain,
jordan was out and about this afternoon in northwest d.c. he continues our team coverage now, where a tree fell on a house today. richard? >> reporter: yeah, jim and pat, i just spoke briefly with the couple that lives inside the house. they were home when this tree came down on top of their roof. they're assuming it was a strong burst of wind that came by. but you can see the large tree from their backyard just fell on top of their home. it also clipped some of the other trees nearby. so other branches came down as well, even the neighbor's home suffered some roof damage. all this happening here, nevada and nebraska, the couple that lives inside, fortunately they were not hurt. they were able to go back into their home, escorted by d.c. emergency management workers. they went inside to grab a couple of their belongings, then they were sent over to their neighbor's home. that's where they're going to stay at least for the time being. the fire crews are out here, as well as police, just trying to assess the damage to the homes and see if there was any structural damage. they have sin
gaffe. >> and i'm richard jordan. we are live this morning at the pentagon parking lot where runners are about to line up for the marine corps marathon. good morning, tom kierein. >> we've had scattered light rain coming from the first effects of sandy which is still a very large hurricane. it has winds now of about 75 miles an hour. its position is still way off the atlantic seaboard, southeast of north carolina. as a category 1 hurricane maintaining that strength today. it will take a turn during the day on monday. it looks like late on monday, sunset monday to midnight monday, that's when it may be coming ashore from south of ocean city to another point. how much rain and wind? we'll sort it out coming up in a few minutes. back to you. >> tom, thanks. >>> we continue to track sandy as the storm moves towards the east coast. >> danielle lee is live in cape may, new jersey with the latest from there. good morning, danielle. >> good morning, richard and angie. the clock is ticking here in cape may, new jersey. we are under mandatory evacuation orders starting at 4:00 this afternoon.
of their system. jordan zimmerman did not have a good start. still hit the ball well. tried to rally, but in the end, st. louis looked like the world the defending world champs. take a look at that game. didn't have it. davey said after the game he didn't do enough with the slider. tried to stick with the fast ball too much. good fast ball hitting team. nats actually led 1-0. laroche following a zimmerman homerun. cut it to 7-3. you thought, okay, maybe we going to a chance. this is the time of day it was. look at espinoza. double, made it a triple. but john j, into the wall. full speed ahead. almost runs into the sign there. danny can't believe it. it's one of the better catches you're going to see -- >> it really is. >> -- in playoff baseball. into the wall at full steam ahead. never stopped for the wall. >> give him credit. >> he caught it and the cards win this 112-4. orioles, though, get the equalizer last night. this is big. talked about this new playoff system. had to play the first two in baltimore. now they have to go up to new york. had they lost last night and down, they'd
and her son jordan is turning 12 today. >> did you give a present in. >> no, was cruising around in the computer and saw the wish for the day. >> that is nice. >> and we have all done a good deed. >> isn't it pretty? >> right. >> and should be another gorgeous one today. the temperatures are in the -- believe it or not, upper 70s and low 80s if you're watching the central portions of virginia. might be in the low 80s today. 52 now in washington. it's a bit cool and not as cool as 24 hours ago and you will want a jacket here early and starting the morning uncool and in leonardtown. 45, monasses and adultes and 35 in culpeper. thirtys north and west and not as cool as 24 hours ago. should be a descent day for us. temperaturewise, a great day and we'll have more cloud cover. yesterday, we had the brilliant blue and did not see any at all. notice the rain showers are moving west to east here and i think we will stay far enough north that most of us won't see any showers at all and watching southern pennsylvania, we have some viewers to the north and west and you might encounter? show
morning to you. >> is called the kings academy, the idea was born out of king abdullah of jordan's own experience of boarding school here in the u.s. few thought a private coed boarding school in the heart of the middle east could succeed a few years after it opened its doors, the school is thriving, growinand attracting some of the region's best and brightest students. in a region steeped in conservative tradition, a modern laboratory of learning is breaking new ground. >> 167. >> reporter: where boys and girls study together, play side by side and can even use dance to express themselves freely. this is not your typical middle eastern school. instead, it's one preparing students for whatever life's punches come their way. and to bring a new vision to a region that's been mar roomed into turmoil for generations. it was king abdullah's experience at deerfield college in massachusetts that inspired this model academy. >> independence of thought. the ability to reason critically. respect for different points of view. those are the intellectual values that we value here. >> reporter: the
of weapons that they need are the saudis and from others through jordan and others and the supply sources that they are ref receiving. so there was, there is a sense that there they are not yet getting the kinds of capabilities to go after aircraft in particular. they want shoulder fired antiaircraft weapons thats could go after syrian, the syrian airports which has been one of the important instruments of repression and one at which the small arms that free syrian army has are not appropriate again but i think this notion of that there are reports, there have been reports that the cia is working with turkish intelligence to insure that some of the weapons that are crossing from the turkish side of the border at least are not reaching the al qaeda and other jihaddist forces but it is a very difficult game. and as david's own story and piece suggest that's the pourous border. there had been before the conflict. there was vis-a-vis travel. many sir yips came to turkey to go shopping regularly and more modern malls and attract the stores there, so it is, and it remans a fairly pourous border
anything out, saying the 150 u.s. special operations troops flew to jordan to build a headquarters and begin contingent planning to keep weapons of mass destruction from being used. in the meantime, a plane carrying suspected missile parts was diverted to turkey last night, raising tensions between the two neighbors. >>> back here at home, good news for the housing market. u.s. foreclosure filings fell 12% from august to september. filings are now at a five-year low and are 15% lower than the same time last year. last month's report also marks the second consecutive monthly decline. >>> developing this morning, a new twist in that nationwide meningitis outbreak. it turns out the massachusetts- based pharmacy that made the tainted steroid linked to the outbreak was sued back in 2004 over allegations they made a tainted shot that later killed an elderly man. the pharmacy eventually settled that lawsuit. so far 12 deaths have been connected to the fungal infection. >>> it is now 8:30 and tucker barnes is here with us once again. >> to start your day, lots of sunshine across the are
rd. i'm richard jordan. news 4 today, d.c. councilmem r councilmembers will discuss a bill to allow self-driving cars. nevada, florida, california have similar bills. talking cars, here is danella with traffic. >> some good news. i-270 southbound had a crash there. it was tieing up the right side of the roadway. that crash is gone. seeing delays there. jammed at father hurley boulevard. delays are solid. >> a war >>> stunning sunrise on this tuesday morning. here is the live view from the city camera. sun is up and a partly cloudy sky. reagan national at 52. elsewhere, we are in the 40s much of the region. a chill in the air. as the day progresses, we will warm into the 70s. storm team 4 four day forecast near 80 in the afternoon. cooler thursday and friday. by the president obama: i'm barack obama and i approve... this message. anncr: victims. dependent. that's what mitt romney called forty-seven percent... of americans. including people on medicare. but what about his plan for you? romney would replace guaranteed benefits with a voucher system. seniors could pay six thousand dolla
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